It’s important to note that the benefits you experience from a 10-kilometre walk may vary depending on your walking pace, terrain, and individual fitness level. If you’re new to exercise or have any underlying health concerns, it’s a good idea to consult a healthcare professional before starting a new exercise routine. Additionally, staying hydrated and wearing appropriate footwear and clothing is essential for a safe and enjoyable walking experience.
“Promoting a culture of consent is essential for preventing sexual assault and ensuring the safety of all Albertans. All of us must work together toward a future free from sexual violence. That is why Alberta’s government supports organizations like VOICE, a program that engages men and boys in consent awareness and promotes healthy relationships. Together, we can promote a consent culture and prevent sexual violence.”
The centre will serve as a multifunctional space offering cultural events, educational programs, recreational programs, wellness services, and economic resources tailored to the African descent community’s needs. Additionally, it will act as a focal point for networking, collaborations, and celebrating cultural events, aiming to enhance the quality of life and foster unity among Edmontonians of African descent. Ultimately, it will empower us with a sense of belonging, increased access to opportunities, and a platform to amplify our voices.
The City of Edmonton and Edmonton Police Service (EPS) reminds everyone to remain alert, exercise caution and use the available regular and valuable lockers and the bike lock area to secure personal items whenever visiting a City of Edmonton recreation centre.
Alberta is becoming one of North America’s fastest-growing and most innovative tech sectors. This has led to increased investments in the province, job creation and talent retention in this sector. To help continue this success in the tech sector, Alberta’s government will provide the universities of Alberta and Calgary with $27.3 million over four years under the Major Innovation Fund.
It’s crucial for individuals of African descent to be aware of their risk factors for high blood pressure and to take proactive steps to prevent and manage this condition to reduce the risk of related health complications. Consulting with a healthcare provider is essential for personalized guidance and treatment options.
So let us savor each September day,
In its tranquil and majestic display,
For in its moments, both big and small,
We find the wonder of life’s grand hall.
Both girls are Grade 11 Canadian students, and Randy, their ambitious film, has gained recognition on a global scale. The Dreamachine International Film Festival will screen this movie on October 31, 2023, in Los Angeles, California.
Three new school routes have been added for Dr. Anne Anderson (664, 668), Jasper Place (677) and St. Francis Xavier (677). Four school routes have also been expanded for Dr. Anne Anderson (665), Archbishop MacDonald (681), H.E. Beriault (674) and Austin O’Brien (633).
Edmonton Transit Service (ETS) is pleased to introduce Route 31, a new bus route providing weekday express service between the University of Alberta and Leger Transit Centre in Southwest Edmonton. The approximately 35-minute route, which launches September 5, will be efficient and convenient for riders as it uses a dedicated bus lane—the result of the ongoing Terwillegar Drive Expansion project.